Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by Cadillac, Jan 25, 2021.
this guy is a fukkin idiot
Latin music even in Latin America is a copy of AA style these days.
That was very cringeworthy to watch and he's being intellectually dishonest.
@ "urban latin festival"..
From 0.36s mark you can tell he doesn't believe what he is saying, His first album dropped in '96, his breakout album was in ;97. Where is the latino influence in his music?
What he's doing is the epitome of pandering...
this guy is a clown
Edit: to think of it, early black rock and roll and r&b were direct contributors to what we call hip-hop culture today, which occurred in the earlier 20th century. Hell, even Elvis robbed from us.
Didn't hear the question or the full answer.
Wow. Seems a lot of non-ADOS/FBAs are really starting to show their true colors recently,
Folks just think Black Americans have no culture
You try to call it out, and they say you’re being divisive.
same with Jamaican music, its a copy of AA shyt.
Busta is a idiot, i really wish someone would contest the shots hes attempting. By challenging his statements.
nikkas let this shyt slide to much.
No one will call him out on this. You probably have some Black Americans who agree with him. They’ll agree with him, or, come at other Black Americans who try to correct him.
Bob Marley and a lot of early reggae and other forms were poor copycats of Curtis Mayfield & the Impressions, Sam Cooke, etc.
We don't give Curtis enough credit. Breh was a genius. Father of most of the Jamaican sound, one of Jimi Hendrix's favorite guitarists, influenced early hip hop, etc. Wrote Civil Rights anthems. Wrote one of the first concept albums with Super Fly.
Curtis has more influence on Black American music and sound than that of the Caribbean combined.
Sounds divisive and xenophobic to me.
Flip modes, brehs
Bunch a cacs in here tryna start shyt. Tryna distract from the fact that the whole music industry is set up for cacs to profit.